Canada Pension Plan. The Canada Pension Plan is an obligatory retirement plan to which every working Canadian must contribute. If you have employees for your small business, you must contribute to the CPP on their behalf if they are between ages 18 and 70, and earn over $3,500 per year.

Aug 10, 2010 – But according to Statistics Canada, most small businesses in Canada have 20 employees or less but employ about 21% of all Canadian workers. … "Alberta and B.C. having a province-wide DC pension plan to allow small employers to attain the economies of scale that a larger company might have," Mr. Edelist says.

Jan 29, 2015 – The PPP bears some similarities to another pension product, the individual pension plan. Both the PPP and IPP are structured so they are owned or sponsored by the incorporated business entity, with the entrepreneur or professional named as plan member. "PPPs and IPPs provide a tax-efficient way to …

Group benefits and group retirement services plans for small businesses. At Sun Life Financial, we understand that the needs of small businesses are as unique as the people running them. That's why we've created a variety of affordable, customizable benefits and savings plans with the features that matter most to …